You can also choose to print the page or even have it read to you.


You can even select a story and have it displayed separately to make it easier to read.


You can even search for a story if you want to see everything available on a specific subject.


It is also very easy to remove papers once you have read them.


Here is a short video of it in action.

PressReader on the iPad

PressReader on the iPhone

The app works the same on the iPhone as it does on the iPad. Here are some screenshots:


Final Thoughts

If you like reading newspapers on your device, then this is certainly an app you should take a look at. Reading newspapers isn’t something new, you can subscribe to the digital editions of various publications, but what is nice here is the variety and choice of publications you get to choose from.

Using the app was simple, I could either read the articles on the page just as I would if I had the physical publication in my hand or I could select the article and have it displayed separately, which was also useful. There was even a text to speech option, which I found worked quite well.

I found flipping through the pages very natural, and I liked that I could view the pages in landscape or portrait.

Not only can you search, share and discuss articles from thousands of titles, the publications you access via PressReader are enhanced with interactive features such as clickable URLs, telephone numbers, email addresses and “continued on page…” links.

The app itself is free, and you get 7 downloads for free. If you want to continue to use the app there are different pricing models as shown below:


Here we reviewed both the iPad and the iPhone version of PressReader. As mentioned, there are versions available for other devices so you don’t have to feel left out.

All in all I really liked the app, it was very useful and I found it easy to use.


Learn more from the PressReader website